Overview

Instructors deliver residential, 1 to 5 day environmental education programs to 4th – 8th grade students. We focus on social and emotional learning, science and engineering skills, and adventure education. The hands-on lessons focus on building critical thinking skills and exploring the connections between the natural and human-made world. Some of our favorite classes include wilderness survival, wood carving, aquatic biology, forestry, and outdoor cooking! Instructors also facilitate team building (initiatives and low ropes) to develop students’ leadership and problem-solving skills. Instructors are responsible for educating a group of 10-12 students throughout the program, including facilitating day and night lessons, leading large group activities and hosting meals. We are committed to providing the highest quality educational experience to our schools and are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated educators to join our team!

Tagged as: Camp Counselors, Conservation, Full Time, Mountaineering Skills, Teaching/Education

Required Skills:

Experience working with elementary and middle school students (especially in an outdoor setting).
Must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19
Must be 21 yrs or older
Bachelor’s Degree preferred but not required
Ability to walk/ hike 3-5 miles per day
Ability to work as part of a team of outdoor educators.
A passion for outdoor education!

About Nature's Classroom

It’s our goal to provide students with the best field-trip and learning experience of their lives. We immerse students in authentic, real world, hands-on activities at spectacular locations throughout New England. These living laboratories and classrooms provide powerful learning and bonding experiences that cannot be replicated at school.

Application Instructions

Please email your resume, a cover letter detailing why you are interested in being an outdoor educator, and three professional references (name, email, phone number) to Kerry at [email protected]